News & Events
15/04/2019 - Passmore Masanga, a resident of the Mabvuku township in Harare hopes that a new 4.6 km pipeline, installed under the ZimFund Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Project Phase II, will change persistent water shortages and bring relief to his family and other residents of Mabvuku, where a water crisis has lingered for years.
04/03/2019 - The African Development Bank’s Executive Director for Southern African Group II Constituency Henrich Gaomab II, was in Zimbabwe to tour power projects implemented under the ZimFund Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project Phase II and for talks with government officials
12/02/2019 - The Urgent Water Supply and Sanitation Rehabilitation Project Phase II in Zimbabwe, implemented by the African Development Bank, has improved water access for targeted communities with inadequate water supply.
25/04/2016 - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved a US $25-million Trade Finance Line of Credit facility to Central Africa Building Society (CABS) of Zimbabwe on April 20, 2016. This medium-term facility will help to support the expansion of CABS’ operations as a provider of trade finance to local firms as well as Small and Medium-sized Enterprises within Zimbabwe’s tradable sector.
25/03/2016 - Zimbabwe’s Minister of Water, Environment and Climate, Oppah Muchinguri has decried lack of sufficient clean water as a stumbling block to achieving gender equality. She said girls were often forced to miss school because of searching for the precious liquid.
25/11/2015 - Zimbabwe’s Minister of Energy and Power Development, Samuel Undenge, officially commissioned the ZimFund Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project in Bulawayo on 12 November. The ceremonies were held at Mpopoma and Criterion Substations, where two 20 MVA transformers were installed under the first phase of the Project.
01/10/2015 - The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) fast-tracked a grant of US $16-million on Wednesday, September 30, to help clean up the poorest suburbs of the Zimbabwean capital. The first stage of the project will concentrate on removing the raw sewage currently spilled into residential areas and securing the water supply for the most vulnerable areas of Greater Harare, home to 2 million people.
28/01/2014 - Zimbabwean youth, tourism, water and sanitation, transportation, emergency power, and public finances are all slated to receive a major boost in 2014 from the African Development Bank Group (AfDB).
Categories: Zimbabwe, ADF, Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund, Economic & Financial Governance, Energy & Power, Infrastructure, Human Capital Development, Transport, Water Supply & Sanitation, Youth, Civil Society
20/12/2013 - The Board of the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved on Friday, December 20 the Emergency Power Infrastructure Rehabilitation Project Phase II (EPIRP II) in Zimbabwe. The financing comes in the form of a US $17.52-million grant from the Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund (ZimFund) housed in the AfDB.
28/11/2013 - The Zimbabwe Multi-Donor Trust Fund (ZimFund) is a short- to medium-term infrastructure development program which supports Zimbabwe’s economic recovery by improving the quality of life of ordinary citizens, particularly the poor.